In case your application has been approved, you have received a confirmation email. You can also verify the status of your application by logging on to your MyEurovision account.
Accreditation for Kyiv 2017 is now closed
Note that the accreditation application deadline was 2 April, 2017, 23:59 CEST and that the application window has now closed. Late accreditation is only possible under extraordinary circumstances and at the sole discretion of the EBU, and only with authorisation of your national public broadcaster. Please submit you late accreditation requests to [email protected].
When and where to pick up your accreditation
Once your application has been accepted, you can pick up your press (P) or fan (F) accreditation at the Accreditation Centre at the Eurovision Song Contest venue, the International Exhibition Centre. The Accreditation Centre will open for press and fans on Saturday 29 April. More specific opening times will be made available in due time.
When picking up your accreditation card, you are requested to bring the ID card or passport you provided details of during the application process.
When you need a visa to Ukraine
Of the 43 participating countries, citizens from Australia and Albania need to obtain a visa to enter Ukraine. In case you are citizen of another country, please check with the Ukrainian embassy or consulate to verify whether you need a visa to enter Ukraine.
Questions about accreditation
Specific questions about late accreditation applications should be sent to [email protected]; General questions about your accreditation application should be addressed to [email protected]; Specific question about press (P) and fan (F) accreditation in the International Delegation should be addressed to [email protected].